Urban ecology in the wider ecology discipline

Urban ecology is basically the study of the relationship of biological organisms with their natural surroundings and each other in the context of a metropolitan environment. The objective of urban ecology is for a sustainable balance between the human culture with the natural environment. It aims at studying, in addition to the natural environment, the effects of human activities on the environment both locally and globally. It is also used to measure the progress of urbanization, urban sprawl, and urban environmental degradation as well as the effects of urbanization on the functioning of the local communities and other aspects of urban life.

Urban ecology covers various types of urban landscapes, such as cities, suburbs, exurbs, industrial zones, etc. and the study focuses mainly on understanding the dynamics of the urban habitat, the interaction of humans with the environment, as well as the implications of urbanization on the natural ecosystem.

Urban ecologists are concerned with urbanization, especially its impact on the natural environment of the cities and on the people who live in it. The study of urban ecologies has some interesting implications for environmental management and environmental policy. Urban ecologists study the relationships between humans and the urban environment as well as their interactions with the natural environment in general. They try to understand the effects of development on the urban habitat. They have a special interest in human-urban interactions, urban ecological planning, urban social ecology, and environmental sociology of cities. In fact, the study of environmental policy that follows from the study of urban ecology has developed as one of the major components of environmental planning.

Urban ecologists aim at understanding the human beings who live in a metropolitan environment. Their goal is to enhance the living conditions for the urban dwellers while improving the quality of life of all others. They seek to maximize the life of citizens in cities so that they can enjoy all the benefits of urbanization without sacrificing the natural environments.

Urban ecologists are interested in developing policies that support the development of communities in cities in terms of improving their living conditions and in terms of protecting the natural environments in the metropolitan environment. The goal is to enhance the quality of life of urban residents by making their lives safer and healthier through better transportation systems, better public health services, improved housing, improved urban planning and so forth. They also aim at improving the quality of the urban environment by taking care of natural resources.

A growing concern among urban environmentalists is the impact of climate change and urbanization on the structure and maintenance of the urban environments. They are looking into how global warming can affect urban communities.

Urban ecology has expanded in the past couple decades since a leading, international, interdisciplinary area that progress biodiversity, sustainability, and basic environmental research in the context of cities and urbanization. With all this gathered learning, has urban ecology made its mark in the sphere of ecology more commonly?

In a number of the most essential peer-reviewed ecology journals, and on interpersonal networking, it appears even the most fundamental of urban ecology theories have yet to be valued or integrated in the wider ecology discipline.